The Cleveland Browns might just be in the best position they have been in for quite a while. With the 2018 NFL Draft on the way and the Browns holding the No. 1 and No. 4 picks, they have a chance to pull off a trifecta of sorts. Their first order of business once the season is over is to persuade Kirk Cousins to give the 0-16 Browns a chance. Show More Summary
Here's a small silver lining for Cleveland fans... no matter how embarrassing their 0-16 season was, ex-Browns star Buster Skrine says there's one team his old squad can still beat: 'BAMA!!! TMZ Sports asked the N.Y. Jets stud whether the best…
Reports of changes to the offensive coaching staff in Cleveland have been filtering out this week and the Browns formally announced some of them on Friday. They confirmed that Adam Henry has been hired as their wide receivers coach and that Ken Zampese will be the quarterbacks coach. They also announced that Al Saunders, who [more]
The Browns are expected to add a new quarterback to the roster with the first overall pick in the draft and he’ll be coached by a new quarterbacks coach if that’s the case. Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports that Ken Zampese will be Hue Jackson’s third quarterbacks coach in three years as the Browns [more]
The Oakland Raiders continue to fill out their coaching staff under head coach Jon Gruden. According to Adam Caplan of Sirius XM NFL Radio, the Raiders are set to hire former San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Jim O’Neil as a senior defensive assistant. Additionally, they are parting ways with tight ends coach [more]
The Browns are still looking for an offensive coordinator, but they’ve filled one position on the offensive coaching staff. Agent Rocky Arceneaux announced that his client Adam Henry has signed a three-year deal with Cleveland. Henry spent the last two seasons coaching wide receivers for the Giants, where he reunited with Odell Beckham after coaching [more]
The parade that celebrated the Browns' 0-16 season actually managed to raise money for charity.
Rep. Jim Renacci (R-OH) said he will leave the Ohio governor’s race to run for U.S. Senate in an attempt to unseat incumbent Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
After a string of 1-year contracts, the Washington Redskins and Kirk Cousins face a challenge this offseason as they are done with the 1-year deals and Cousins wants a long-term and lucrative contract. With the draft just a few months away and being in sole possession of the 1st and 4th pick in the draft, […]
The Bears are expected to hire Chris Tabor as their special teams coach, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Tabor has spent the past seven seasons as the Browns’ special teams coordinator. Cleveland coach Hue Jackson agreed to let Tabor out of his contract to return to Chicago, where Tabor coached from 2008-10. New [more]
$10,000 from fans was also donated to the food bank after last year’s canceled parade.
Some good came out of the parade that celebrated a historic winless season
A week 17 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers cemented the legacy of a Cleveland Browns franchise that rewrote the book on how bad franchises can sustain losing for long periods of time by going 0-16 during the 2017 season. That loss also made sure that a win-less parade would be held outside of FirstEnergy Stadium […]
At least something good came out of the 0-16 season. Remember when the Cleveland Browns finished 0-16? It was a special moment in history, and Browns fans rightfully took to the streets in celebration. OK, they weren’t actually celebrating, but fans still threw a parade to mark the ignominious occasion. Show More Summary
Texans quarterbacks coach Sean Ryan is interviewing with the Browns today for their offensive coordinator job, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Ryan is one of the up-and-coming assistants in the league who became a candidate for a promotion to offensive coordinator after his work with rookie Deshaun Watson. Watson was on [more]
Ryan Grigson once gave the Browns a first-round pick they wasted, in exchange for a player who wasn’t very good. Despite all that, they didn’t keep him around. Via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the former Colts General Manager was let go by the Browns as part of the personnel restructuring which [more]
Mike McCarthy’s search to fill his vacant defensive coordinator’s job ended Tuesday when the Packers coach chose former Cleveland Browns coach Mike.
The Cleveland Browns are coming off a 0-16 season, but it’s not as bad as some may think. The Browns may have won only one game in the last two seasons, but there is still optimism in Cleveland. Forget what happened in the draft the last few years with their quarterback carousel and let’s focus on the future. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Brown got trolled by their own fans after going 0-16.
Packers director of football operations Eliot Wolf does indeed appear on his way out. He will interview with the Browns on Tuesday, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. New Browns General Manager John Dorsey, a former Packers executive, hired former Green Bay senior personnel executive Alonzo Highsmith last week. Wolf was passed [more]